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Honest and uncensored - this is not your father’s boring finance show. This show brings much needed ACTIONABLE advice to a generation that hates being lectured about personal finance from the out-of-touch one percent. Andrew and Matt are relatable, funny, and brash. Their down-to-earth discussions about money are entertaining whether you’re a financial whiz or just starting out.

Honest and uncensored - this is not your father’s boring finance show. This show brings much needed ACTIONABLE advice to a generation that hates being lectured about personal finance from the out-of-touch one percent. Andrew and Matt are relatable, funny, and brash. Their down-to-earth discussions about money are entertaining whether you’re a financial whiz or just starting out.
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Honest and uncensored - this is not your father’s boring finance show. This show brings much needed ACTIONABLE advice to a generation that hates being lectured about personal finance from the out-of-touch one percent. Andrew and Matt are relatable, funny, and brash. Their down-to-earth discussions about money are entertaining whether you’re a financial whiz or just starting out.




5 Questions: Making Money, REI and Timing the Market

We get all kinds of great questions, and it can be hard to choose just five, but everyone is interested in making money, we have a ton of questions about real estate investing, and timing the market is something we covered years ago so wanted to revisit it for our newer listeners. We love listener questions, and we have good ones. Here are 5 questions about making money, REI, and timing the market. Full Article Here Show Notes Southern Tier Pumpking: The first pumpkin beer of the...


5 Simple Rules That Will Help You Make Better Financial Decisions

There are dozens and dozens of figures and formulas around anything related to investing but some of us (me) are math deficient and even if we are math savants. Sitting around calculating things before making any investment decisions is the total opposite our LMM’s Set It And Forget It philosophy. So if you have these few back pocket rules in mind, the mathematics of investing will be less mysterious. We know math is hard, but the mathematics of money are really straightforward and can help...


Women and Money with Suze Orman

If you’re interested in personal finance, you know who Suze Orman is. She has written nine best-selling books, is a financial advisor, a speaker, and a television and podcast host. Suze’s book Women & Money addresses some of the financial issues that are unique to women. Full Article Here Show Notes Schlafly India Pale Lager: A clean, malty lager. Brunch: Matt’s homebrew Be Good or Be Gone:Suze sold out the legendary Appollo theater. The event was filmed. You can catch Suze Orman: Women...


How To Handle Your Student Loans Like A Pro

Millions of us have student loan debt, and it hampers our progress towards financial independence. Let's get rid of it! We'll teach you how to handle your student loans like a pro. Because student loan debt is such a serious issue and because there are so many different ways to deal with it, we wanted to bring in an expert. Travis Hornsby from Student Loan Planner to explain how to handle your student loans. Full Article Here Show Notes Schlafly Kolsch:A classic, golden ale. Vincent Van...


What Is Tracking Your Net Worth, Worth?

Do you know your net worth, does it matter? Yes, knowing your net worth is important, and that number is important because what gets measured gets managed. If you don't know this number, you don't have an overall picture of how financially healthy you are. There are tons of numbers to track when it comes to your finances, and net worth is one of them. But what exactly is net worth and is it a number worth tracking? Full Article Here Show Notes Schlafly Ibex Celler:A Barrel-aged Imperial...


BONUS: Introducing Our New Show – Money Lab

Yup, that’s right. Now you can get more of Andrew and Matt on their new show – Money Lab. Matt started a podcast around the Money Lab brand back in April 2018. He invited guests to the show to talk about advanced topics around building and running an online business. It started with just Matt and some guests, but now he has a permanent co-host. Andrew Fiebert joined the show in July and together they have brutally honest conversations about running a business and what it really takes to...


What The F**k Are Stock Buybacks (And What Do They Mean For You)?

In fact, 2018 has been a record year for stock buybacks. By the end of the year, companies are predicted to have spent $1 trillion on buybacks. So why are so many buybacks happening now? The GOP tax cuts. The economy is doing well, and a lot of companies have a surplus of cash and don’t want to sit on it because it puts them at risk of being bought and it pisses off shareholders who want that money returned to them in either dividends or an increase in stock value. So what the f**k are stock...


The Easiest Way to Practice Travel Hacking with Credit Cards

Traveling is one of life's great pleasures, and it can be done for less money than you think. Especially if you have the right travel rewards cards and know how to use them. You can certainly go down a rabbit hole of ways to earn and maximize points. But realistically most of us don't have the time or patience for that. These are travel hacking tips that anyone can do. Anyone who pays off their credit cards in full every month. Full Article Here Show Notes Schlafly Local Oak:An ale aged...


Investing Tips When You Don’t Have Money to Invest

Investing advice is often crafted for high earners. What about the rest of us? We have investing tips when you don’t have money to invest. The most important component of investing is not having a lot of money to invest; it’s the amount of time whatever money you can scrounge up is invested. So start checking your coat pockets and couch cushions. Full Article Here Show Notes Chimay Pierre Trappist Grand Reserve Ale: A dark ale. Raspberry Lemonade Milkshake:An IPA from WeldWorks Thank...


An Honest Approach to Work-Life Balance with Kevin Lawrence

Work-life balance gets a lot of ink but how do you achieve it? We'll show you an honest approach to work-life balance with Kevin Lawrence. Work-life balance has become one of those annoying buzzwords, but it does have merit. We'll strip away the touchy-feely aspects of the concept and teach you how to achieve it. Full Episode Here Show Notes Leinenkugel’s Summer Shandy: A traditional weiss beer with refreshing natural lemonade flavor that makes it the perfect summer beer. WeldWerks...


How The Current Economy is Affecting Your Wallet

The media loves to talk about the economy in a broad sense but what does it mean for us individually? We'll explain how the current economy is affecting your wallet. There are four major economic topics that are generating most of the ink in the past several months. What's happening in the current economy and should we worry? Full Episode Here Show Notes Neither host is drinking beer this week! I think that is a first. The Financial Toolbox: All the best stuff we use to manage our...


How The Hell Does Someone Save Up For a House?

Buying a home is still the American dream for many people but with home prices going up and up, how can you save up for a house without sleeping in your car? With the median home price in the U.S. at $188,900, it seems impossible. How the hell does someone save up for a house? Buying a home is such a part of the American dream. It seems like once you reach certain milestones that are considered part and parcel of being an adult, every which way you turn, someone or something is telling you...


401ks, FOREX, Cash, Rentals, and Leveraged Buyouts: Five Awesome Questions

We have awesome listeners, and they send in great questions so from time to time we like to answer then on air. If you want to know about 401ks, cash, rentals, and leveraged buyouts, we’re covering it with five awesome questions from you. Full Article Here Show Notes In the Steep: A double dry hopped IPA. Toolbox:All the best stuff to manage your money. Thank you to our sponsors: Blooom, ZipRecruiter


Big Money Mistakes + Big Changes

When you make big money mistakes, you have to make big changes. We have both for you today, big money mistakes + big changes. If you’ve listened to LMM from the beginning, you’re going to hear a familiar voice today. If you’ve never heard our early episodes, the voice is going to become familiar. He’s Back Matt was the original co-host of LMM and was there for about the first 250 episodes of the show. He and Andrew disagreed about the direction of the show, and after a frustrating...


Live With Money Not For Money

Money is essential, but it shouldn’t consume your thoughts or your life. We should live with money, not for money. This is a podcast about money, but we also believe that money shouldn’t be the most important thing in your life. We have to live with money, but there is more to life than accumulating as much money as you can. Life is Not About Money What if we were to value other things in our lives in the same way or even more than we value money? Imagine if it weren’t about money? What...


Dolla Dolla Bills Y’all: The History and Evolution of Cash

We’re Listen Money Matters, but we’ve never discussed money. Get ready to holla. Dolla dolla bills y’all: The history and evolution of cash. Societies haven’t always used cash to transact business. The evolution of cash is pretty fascinating. The Evolution of Cash Money is around 3,000 years old. Before that, societies bartered. I make candles. You make shoes. I need shoes, and you need candles. I give you some candles, and you give me some shoes. This isn’t a great system though. How...


The Biggest Financial Mistakes People Make and How to Fix Them

We all make mistakes, but financial mistakes can be especially costly. These are the biggest financial mistakes people make and how to fix them. There are some mistakes you can’t fix, but financial mistakes usually don’t fall into that category. It’s not always easy, but most financial mistakes can be rectified. Joy Liu from The Financial Gym is here to tell us about the biggest financial mistakes she helps her clients fix. You’re Too Vague It’s great to have financial goals, but they...


What is an IPO? How They Work and Should You Invest In One

You’ve probably heard the term but might not know what it means. What is an IPO? We’ll explain how they work and whether you should invest in one. There have been so big IPOs in the last decade. Some killed it, and some landed with a thud. We’ll explain what an IPO is and whether or not you should invest in one. What is an IPO? IPO stands for initial public offering and sometimes called “going public”. It’s the first time a company sells stock to the public. Before an IPO, a company is...


Bounce Back From a Market Correction With an Opportunity Fund

No one can predict the future but based on past events; a market correction is coming. You need to start preparing for a market correction with an opportunity fund. No one can predict the market but we can try to understand the present and try to make the best decisions for the future. What is a Market Correction? A correction is a decline in the stock market of at least 10% from its 52 week high that stops an upward trend. Is a correction a crash? No, a crash is a loss of 10% in a single...


What It's Really Like To Drive For Uber

Over the past several years, ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber have made a remarkable splash in cities across the country. These ride-sharing services give users a platform to request a ride from freelance drivers who can get them from point A to point B safely and conveniently. The popularity of Lyft and Uber has skyrocketed, especially in markets where taxi cabs are limited, prohibitively expensive, or just plain jerks. Despite their ongoing controversy, the rise in transportation...